Staff and Board of Directors

Robert Kordenbrock

Executive Director

 

Robert joined Fenway Community Center as Executive Director in 2018 bringing extensive experience in community and youth development developed as a high school teacher and AmeriCorps Fellow as well as corporate social responsibility and volunteer engagement in nonprofit consulting.  Robert earned his MBA in the Social Impact program at Boston University Questrom School of Business with a concentration in “Leadership & Organizational Transformation.”  A longtime Fenway resident, Robert cherishes the role of FCC as a gathering spot for all who call Fenway home.

Laura Jean Miller

Programs Manager

Laura Jean and her husband relocated from Memphis to Boston in 2000 after falling in love with Boston’s many educational and cultural offerings (and the Red Sox). Serving as a professional librarian in Charlestown and South Boston, Laura Jean tired of long bus commutes and found a friendly spot close to home where she could share her experience in programs and community development with her very own Fenway neighbors as well as spend more time with her husband, daughter, and guinea pig.

Tribora Kirkland

Project Coordinator



Board of Directors

Officers

Kerry Do

President

Kerry has called The Fenway home since 2001, most recently residing in the Audubon Circle area.  Having worked in Real Estate and facility management for more than 20 years, she brings this operational knowledge to the Center. 

In keeping with her lifelong commitment to volunteerism, Kerry sits on various Fenway boards and committees and is dedicated to preservation and advancement of what she considers the best neighborhood in Boston. Kerry helped to develop the first children’s programming here at the Center and hopes to expand the offerings for Fenway littles. 

She and her family – husband Minh and daughter Grace – love all that the Fenway has to offer, in particular for families.  Whenever possible, they enjoy cheering for the Sox, visiting the local cultural institutions and walking their rescue pup, Smidgen, along the Muddy River.

 

Georgina D’Cruz

Vice President

Boston Trinity Academy – Capital Campaign Associate, Alumni Engagement Coordinator, Director of Marketing

 

Kristen Mobilia

Treasurer

VideoLink, LLC – VP Finance & Administration

 

At-Large Directors

Sarah Castle

Toast – Manager of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

 

Jason Epstein

The Abbey Group – Managing Partner

Jason oversees coordination of construction and permitting functions. He managed construction at 45 PROVINCE and coordinated the permitting process for 45 PROVINCE, Landmark Center North and The Viridian. He is currently coordinating construction of The Viridian slated for completion in Spring 2015. Prior to working at The Abbey Group he was an Estimator at Suffolk Construction. He is the founder of Parlor Skis and was an NCAA Eastern Ski Circuit racer. Jason is a graduate of Williams College.

 

Roby Hartland

Senior Software Services Consultant

Roby moved from Albuquerque, NM to Fenway in 2018 to experience the rich start-up culture Boston has to offer. As a small business marketing consultant for a major US media and journalism company, Roby takes pride in helping local businesses grow while adding the kind of value that continues to make their communities great.  

Shanice Pimentel

Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services – Neighborhood Coordinator and Constituency Liaison for Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, Kenmore, and Mission Hill

Shanice is the Neighborhood Services Liaison for Fenway. Neighborhood liaisons, members of the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services (ONS), facilitate the delivery of services in collaboration with city departments and serve as a primary contact for constituents to communicate with the Mayor’s Office.

Ex-Officio Members

Kenzie Bok

City Councilor, District 8

Kenzie Bok is a lifelong Bostonian who grew up in the small downtown neighborhood of Bay Village. She cares passionately about making Boston a great city for people from all walks of life and all stages of life to flourish and put down roots. With a background in affordable housing, budget analysis, and civic engagement, Councilor Bok was elected to represent District 8 on the Boston City Council on November 5, 2019. Her district includes Mission Hill, Longwood, Audubon Circle, Fenway, Kenmore, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, and the West End.